The Multi-purpose Hall

The Multi-Purpose Hall provides facilities for formal assembles and chapel services, adorned with prominent stained glass chapel windows and extensive balcony seating, or it can be converted into indoor courts and sport facilities; an annexe developed in 2010 contains a Strength Training Gym. 

Adjacent to the newer Joy Yeo Performing Arts Centre, the Hall shares the Centre’s commercial grade catering kitchen (which allows students to experience a professional taste of hospitality and catering). The Hall also houses personal contributions; such as the lectern and other furniture personally built by College Council Chairman (1984 – 1991) Rev. Richard F Bosanquet, and College Honour Boards. The original Hall was funded in part by more than $500,000 donated by members of the College Community. It was opened in 1991 by State Governor, Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair.